The Waukee baseball team went on the road Wednesday night in search of two more wins to add on to what was already a four game winning streak.


The Warriors streak would continue but they did split the two game set against Ankeny Centennial falling in game one by a slime 2-0 mark while raking in the offense in the next game, winning 10-0.


In game one the Warrior offense fell quite mustering just one hit in seven innings of play. Offense in general was hard to come by as Ankeny Centennial amounted to just five hits themselves. Those five hits did help to propel a run in the second and third innings which would be all they would need to defeat Waukee.


In other game of the double header, Waukee’s offense erupted and did so in a big way. The Warriors churned out ten hits and chased Centennial starter Tyler Heinzerling out after just three innings.


The Warriors held a 2-0 advantage early before really laying on the offense with a seven run fourth inning.


The Warriors are now 11-4 on the year and instead of continuing their season tonight in Ottumwa, due to weather, the Warriors will be off until their weekend tournament this Saturday in Council Bluffs.